the 9th amendment granted "says the people have many rights that are not stated in the Constitution.
The Constitution says nothing about it. The Bill of Rights first amendment has freedom of religion.
The 9th Amendment to the Constitution limits the powers of the government to constrict the rights of the people. This means that the people have other rights besides what is written in the wording of the Constitution. The 10th Amendment says that the government has rights that are also not written into the Constitution.
Americans have unnamed rights guaranteed by the Constitution of the United States. The Constitution specifically says that even rights not mentioned directly in the Constitution are given to the people.
Freedom of speech is the first amendment. The tenth amendment says that those powers that are not specifically given to the federal government by the U.S Constitution are reserved for the states, or people. unless the constitution specifically prohibits it.
that states cannot limit the voting rights of individuals on the basis of race
The 10th Amendment to the United States Constitution generally provides for states' rights. It says that any power not granted to the federal government belongs to the states, and to the people.